‘Al Freddo’ loosely translated as ‘in the cold’ is a project by an Italian Studio Mathery inspired by occasions where we put the excessive amount of food into our freezers to keep for later.
Israeli artist duo Boris Fabrikant and art-director/graphic designer Natasha Boguslavsky loves to play with cutouts and collages to create a new approach towards their conceptual food photography.
British art director Gem Fletcher and photographer Aaron Tilley worked on these two editorial projects: Space Cakes and Indulgence – Food Weather. The first series for Gourmand shows weather phenomena such as melting glaciers, tsunami or a storm with foods.
Ryan Romanes was commissioned by New York-based barista’s Junia & Joseph to produce 16 images for their new scratch and sniff book; Aromas in Coffee.
ENERGY is a conceptual food photography series based on sources of energy by Buenos Aires-based food stylist Anna Keville Joyce.
The series “Future Food” by William Godwin and Eric Gilkey first appeared on the April issue of Human Being Journal, a bi-annual print magazine by the publication and design studio inside Need Supply Co.
Florent Tanet shared his latest food series shot for the French Magazine : M le Magazine du Monde with us.
Philadelphia-based photographer Andre Rucker has created this series of conceptual still life photographs to illustrate the versatility of nature.
Renee Kemp is an Amsterdam based student that is currently spending all her free time in the Kitchen to produce work for her beautiful, name sake, blog. She develops all the recipes, styles and shoots everything herself. A true foodie catch!
A great graphic photo series of still life’s by James Tolic and his partner Georgie that aim to enhance and hyper stylize the existing artificial quality of food.
Le Bon Marché called upon Swedish duo photographer Bohman+Sjöstrand and French creative agency Petronio Associate to interpret their vision for the
“On The rocks”, an editorial in the second issue of Mint Magazine, just recently came out and is a collaboration between creative studio Paris Se Quema and photographer Chloé Gassian.
In 2006 Benoit Cabanes and Laurent Vallee created Studio Mixture, a studio as they say, for photos and videos. But it goes a bit deeper than that.
Line Falck is a photographer who’s work will make your mouth water. Specialized in food photography, this Danish artist knows exactly what to do with a delicious meal before it gets consumed.
Food should always be about stories, memories and flavors, and Kate S. Jordan understands profoundly the meaning of the relation of food and the lives of people.
Sharyn Cairns is an Australia-based photographer showcasing an eclectic visual portfolio, yet she manages to stamp her own style in a classy and comprehensible manner.
Los Angeles-based photographer Stephanie Gonot showcases a series of foods as still life using the city’s most iconic junk food joints as subjects for a solo installation at The Standard, Hollywood.
The 22 year-old, Milan-based food photographer Isabella Vacchi has some gorgeous work that really speak to us! Mixing food still life with different color
Berlin-based photographer and Chef duo Nicky and Max, put their crafts together to bring this artistic recipe to fruition. At its first steps of conception they were not sure whether this was style post, an inspiration post or a recipe post, their goal was to give their portfolios a creative boost
Written by Julia Kasper Japanese-born chef Aya Nishimura fuses her knowledge of great recipes with humble home-cooked styling. Honing in on fresh and wholesome ingredients, the food stylist and home economist’s work
Anyone who’s ever documented their food knows how hard it is to get the composition just right. Sauces, while flavorful, tend to obscure the features of the meats or fresh produce that they accompany. On the flip side, The Art of Plating is an online publication that aims to bring those very colors, textures and…
Russian art director Kristina Razueva laid out these food posters, a nice mix of typefaces against full-bleed images.
Conceptual set designer Kyle Bean collaborated with photographer Aaron Tilley on a dark, tongue-in-cheek and gorgeous editorial for artsy food magazine The Gourmand.
Based in Cape Town, South Africa, food photographer Nadine Greeff shoots in the chiaroscuro style.
Written by Mateus Andrade Transforming set-ups often used in print ads into smart and explosive combinations, photographer and founder of DISTUBER Magazine Maurizio Di Iorio masters the art of color blocking and distinctive textures.
Kaitlyn Du Ross is a very talented freelance prop stylist based in Brooklyn, NY. She specializes in culinary props for food and still life photography. Simplicity underlies her work as each element is carefully selected and placed to ensure perfect compositional balance. With a holistic approach Kaitlyn explores color, lines, layering and form to ensure…
Recipe blog My Little Fabric creates a methodical recipe that is so simple to create all you have to do is look at the picture.
There’s an abundance of still life food photography today, and most of it makes ordinary food look like works of art.
L.O.V.E Foodbook is a must-have collection of bespoke recipes, created by renown chefs and mixologists from around the world, each inspired by the emotion of love.
Mieke Cuppen is a Dutch designer focused on cooking and eating culture.